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Rumor: First Screens From Telltale’s Game Of Thrones Appear Online

A collection of eight screenshots from Telltale's upcoming Game of Thrones has appeared online, but Telltale has not confirmed their legitimacy.

The screens were shared by the twitter account @lifelower, which describes itself, "XBLA Watchdog! Exploring for upcoming XBLA & putting them on the release calendar."

The images show familiar Game of Thrones characters in Telltale's art style. You can see more images in the gallery below.

Depending on the legitimacy of these images, Telltale has not yet officially shared any character images like this from the game, but it did reveal a few details about the game earlier this month. The game will follow House Forrester, a family that has not yet appeared in the HBO show, and will take place near the end of the third season. For more, head here and here.

The first of the game's planned six chapters will be out before the end of 2014. We've reached out to Telltale games for more details and confirmation on these screens.

[Source: @lifelower]


Our Take
Despite releasing this year, Telltale has been very guarded about revealing images like this from its upcoming Game of Thrones game. It's entirely possible these were fabricated, but if that's the case, then it is a very good fabrication. This looks about how I expected the game to look, so I would be surprised to learn they are not real. – The Feed

Shadow of Mordor is the ultimate Beastmaster in new DLC screens

Monolith detailed the first expansion to Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor today, Lord of the Hunt. The upcoming DLC introduces “more tales from Torvin, the Dwarven Hunter, as you work together to tame the beasts of Mordor and fight Sauron’s minions.”…
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Here Are The Start Screens For Nearly Every Game Boy Game Ever Made

You may remember YouTuber NicksplosionFX from his previous video game start screen compilations for the NES and SNES. Now he has released another start screen compilation, this one for the Game Boy.

The video, which clocks in at 2 hours and 42 minutes long, contains the opening scenes for nearly every Game Boy game (pulled from the system’s Wikipedia page), all presented with their original graphics and music intact. If you’ve got a few hours to spare, or maybe just want some cool chiptunes to listen to while you work, check out the video below. 

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Tell us your secret characters, new Super Smash Bros. screens

Anyone hoping to avoid spoilers regarding the character roster for Super Smash Bros. should calmly exit the internet now. Nintendo has updated the official Super Smash Bros. website with a section dedicated to secret characters, and posted a slew of…
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RollerCoaster Tycoon World screens show worlds of fun

Watching a roller coaster being built isn’t terribly exciting or pleasant, what with the loud, heavy machinery and often simple nature of the ride’s scaffolding. Thankfully, watching RollerCoaster Tycoon World be built is at least a little more…
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New Assassin’s Creed screens set sail for neck stabbin’

Through two galleries of upcoming Assassin’s Creed entries – the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3-bound Assassin’s Creed: Rogue, and the new-generation Assassin’s Creed: Unity – two things remain constant: Everyone is unrealistically attractive given the…
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New Comparison Screens Show Improved Graphics In Resident Evil Remake

Capcom is working on a remastered version of Resident Evil Remake, a new version of the classic survival horror game that released on GameCube in 2002.

That GameCube title was eventually ported to Wii, but since the system couldn't output true HD, it wasn't markedly better looking. Now, a fully HD remaster of Resident Evil is coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

Today, Capcom released some new images of the game, including three new shots that had been released in Japan. If you go to Capcom Unity, there are some great interactive screenshots that allow you to compare the Wii version with the 360/PS3 version by moving a slider across the screen to transition between the two. It's pretty impressive. These are shots of the Xbox 360/PS3 version, so it's conceivable that the Xbox One/PS4 version could look better still. Check out some comparison shots below, and look for the three new screens in the image gallery. – The Feed

New Project Cars screens want to take you for a ride

Slightly Mad Studios shows off the many shiny vehicles it has in store for Project Cars in the screenshots below as its sim-styled racer speeds toward a launch later this year. The former Need for Speed series developer presents its featured racing…
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New Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate Screens And Video Detail New And Returning Network Features

Today Koei Tecmo America released new screenshots and an in-game video, along with new information on their upcoming hack-n’-slash action game Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate’s online and offline network modes. The modes include the all-new Gauntlet mode, the Duel mode, and the return of local and online co-op and competitive multiplayer.

In Gauntlet mode, players will create a party of up to five characters and complete missions together on a dynamic, changing battlefield. Players will be able to either upload their own party or download another player’s for use in Gauntlet mode. This mode will feature 2 player co-op or solo gameplay.

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As the video above shows, Duel mode will be available in Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate for the first time on PlayStation and Xbox. In the competitive mode, players select their warriors of choice for 3 vs. 3 battle against opponents, and can unlock equippable Strategy cards, which boost abilities, heal allied characters, or disadvantage the opposing team. Duel mode features local and online multiplayer, as well as the option to compete against AI opponents.

Along with these new online-enabled features, 2 player co-op will be returning in both the Story and Free modes. Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate is releasing on September 2  for PlayStation 4, Xbox One,  PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita,  and Xbox 360. Orochi 3 will feature a large roster of new, returning, and guest characters, which you can read about here. For more on Koei Tecmo’s action game, check out the new screens below and our earlier preview here. – The Feed

New Risen 3 Screens Detail Demon Hunters Faction

Demon Hunters are one of three dynamic factions populating Risen 3’s medieval world in Deep Silver’s upcoming open-world RPG.

A young warrior's soul is stolen, so he sets off to reclaim it while fighting a darkness that is slowing consuming the world. At the beginning of Risen 3: Titan Lords, players will pick an allegiance to one of the game’s three factions. This allegiance will impact the quests, skills, armor, and overall experience they have.

The Demon Hunters are a collection of dark knights bound to a ancient pact and equipped with the best weapons and armor at mankind’s disposal. In the game, the Demon Hunters seek to restore the Bay of Iron and the massive citadel to their former glory. Check out some images of these warriors in action below.

Check out images of the Magical Guardian Faction here. – The Feed